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Advanced parole and consular processing for GC asylum pending
Hi all, looking for an answer from people who has experience in what I am going through now.

Is there anyone / any lawyer who did consular processing at a 3rd country for an employment based/dv lottery green card while affirmative asylum pending? I would like to hear about advanced parole, consulate appointment, etc. Appreciate your answers.
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Advanced parole based on pending asylum case
Hey Guys, has anybody received advance parole based on pending asylum? If so, how long was it valid for and how long did it take for you to get it? Please share your experience.
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Traveling to Tijuana border with Mexico to renew AP

As an Indian citizen, can we travel to the Tijuana border in Southern CA and come back immediately on advance parole? Will we need Mexico visa and will the AP get extended (which expires soon)?

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I need help. Form I- 134A
Hi, I need your advice. My brother entered the United States in October 2022. My husband is a citizen and I am a permanent resident. We would like to know if my brother is eligible for parole form I-134A. If not, how can I be sponsor to him. thank you
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Hi fam am trying to re file my advanced parole travel document with pending 485 but the website says there is afilling fee? Is that correct? My lawyer wanted 500 dollars to help me file my case has been pending for way too long and the last travel document was denied
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VAWA advance parole
hello to all my folk's, I applied for VAWA in april 2022 with adjustments of status i-485,i-765,i-131 all together received RFE in september 2022 for Good moral character replied back then got my combo card approved in october 2022 card in hand, my question is can i travel on advance parole if i have affirmative assylum pending since 2017 no interview, should i withdraw my assylum then travel or i can travel if my withdrawal is in process . please help if anybody have experience about it .
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Advanced Parole/ Wrong Gender in Combo Card
I consulted a lawyer regarding travelling outside the country with an incorrect gender in combo card. He said it's not an issue. Do you have any experience with this? TIA.
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Timeline for I-131 , AP
I applied for my mom's Green card in Feb2022 and it has been six months and still waiting for AP. Anyone know what is the timeline. On processing time website it shows 10.5 months . TIA
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Advance parole
Hey everyone!
I applied for green card by marriage.
I got an EAD card today without advance parole, I realized they do it separate now.
Do you have any idea a long it takes to get advance parole after EAD card?
Thanks !!!!
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Any experience with traveling to Schengen countries with EAD/AP?
I am planning to visit Spain for tourism, and I have my EAD/AP card. My H1-B visa stamping has expired, but I do have valid I-797A showing visa extensions as well.

I understand that the EAD/AP card is only for entering back into the United States and it is not for entering into a Schengen country. I will need to apply for a Schengen tourist visa for the participating Schengen country in their US consulate. What I am not sure about is whether they will approve a visa if I am on EAD/AP (and with I-797A extensions) instead of having an unexpired H1-B visa stamping.

Recently, I traveled to Mexico and I had to apply for a Mexican tourist visa. I did not have any problems in getting the tourist visa and re-entering back to the US with the EAD/AP combo card from Mexico. But I am not sure about the rules for Schengen countries.

What experiences do you have in traveling to Schengen countries with an EAD/AP combo card?
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